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On the Flip Side

By HarryLizzy All Rights Reserved ©

Mystery / Horror

A N unfinished T A L E

remember

R E M E M B E R

The Seventh of November.


There was a young child of three or four
Who ended up on quite the tour
They strayed too far from the group

and were never see again.

R E M E M B E R when you that very same age with all the naivety and innocence that would have gone hand-in-hand with the limited experience one would have expressed.

Do you R E M E M B E R being that difficult and taxing young age? 

Do you R E M E M B E R  when the world was pink and fluffy? With fairies and unicorns. Magic and kindness. 

compared to a world now made up of several highly-strung cowards. Hypocrites. Terrorists. Bullies. Back-stabbers. Naysayers. 


With their cold, meaningless, self-centred, bullying, opposing

lies. 

The truth is a bitter pill to chew up and discard and is o p e n to all manner of

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You just have to know where to look for it. 

Anything could happen.


Bang bang. 

O n e T w o T h r e e F o u r 

Clang clang. 

F i v e S i x S e v e n E i g h t

Stab stab.

you're too late.


remember

R E M E M B E R

The Seventh of November.


where adults lie by the ember
and the children die by the fire

R E M E M B E R a time when dreams came true. When life was full of hope and wonder. Dreams and inspirations. 

Do you R E M E M B E R what your old dream was - the one from so long ago?

Did you dream of the adventure? Of the love and triumph that would often accompany your rather active lifestyle? Or were you the more ambitious dreamer; dreaming of singing and dancing and acting? 

I pose you this significant inquiry because I, myself, can not bring myself to R E M E M B E R. (For your sake). Was I a mathematician in disguise? The future Prime Minister of Great Britain? A dancer with a frilly skirt? A secret financer? I do not recall. 

Neither will you. In the end. 
But not to worry
it's all in good time. 


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R I N G - A 

Roses

A pocket full of poses
A-tissue!

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and they all fell down.


 

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the clock is ticking now

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run run run as fast as you can

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waiting's over

- they're here.


 

remember

R E M E M B E R

The Seventh of November.


oh no

but wait...

i'm too late

you've already FoRGoTtEn

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